Replying to tam in post #28
Before getting into your post, I did watch the video you posted and have a couple of comments. Some of the things that doctor has said have been shown to be inaccurate,
Shown by whom to be inaccurate? Pick your source.....if each are equally qualified, then Dr Robert Malone (the inventor of mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccs) is equal to any voice on this topic.....and even he was sounding a warning about long term adverse reactions, but they have been removed from public view.
but lets just go with the basic statement that there are treatments for covid-19.
Couple of points on that:
1 - there is no either/or. There is no treatment OR vaccine. Treatments are fine, good, for those who have contracted a disease, any disease. But that doesn't mean you forego a vaccine. Vaccines are about preventing contraction of disease (especially for the greater population), protecting oneself and one's neighbors, and/or for ensuring milder symptoms when breakthrough cases occur.
According to the medical experts that I have listened to, that is not accurate. If you have had C19 and recovered, then you do not need the vax. You have natural long lasting immunity, which is superior to any vax. The very fact that you recovered from the virus is proof that you made the antibodies necessary to defeat it.
So there is treatment for the virus available, with approved therapies that have proven to be effective as both early treatments and preventatives in many countries which did not have access to the vaccines due to cost and availability. The studies are being ignored or dismissed as misinformation. But its not misinformation at all.....it just disagrees with the institutions who have a vested interest in the vast profits that are being made with these vaccines....into the billions of dollars and climbing with each jab or booster shot. The suggestion is now two...three or more!
2 - Treatments can help in some cases, but not all cases. We can treat meningitis, but people still die from it. We can treat tetanus, but that doesn't mean you would EVER want to go through the agony of having it.
Do you know how the human immune system works? Because if you do, then you would know that the story being told to the ignorant masses is misinformation. If you have had the virus, then there is no need for the jab. Just like if you have had tetanus, whooping cough, measles, mumps or rubella. If you lived through them you gained natural immunity.
Tetanus vaccines have been studied long term and their effectiveness proven.....we can't say the same for C19.
People in the old days knew that children do not suffer with viruses as badly as adults do, and so they tried to deliberately infect their children as that they would get mildly sick and gain immunity.
Early treatments mean that a large percentage of cases would never need to go to hospital in the first place. This is the experience overseas. If the people dying from C19 have two major contributing factors....i.e. obesity and underlying health issues, then the number of deaths from the virus are overinflated.
The virus did not take these people out, but was merely the straw that broke the camel's back in their health condition. A case of influenza would have probably had the same outcome.
But that doesn't mean we forego vaccines.
I am not suggesting that we forego vaccines.....but that we must be cautious until these prove to be safe long term. People have died from receiving the shots....how ironic to die whist trying to save yourself from death.
To date there have been 222,406,582 confirmed cases of C19 globally ...which translates into 222,406,582 less vaccinations that are now necessary.
There are 4,592,934 reported deaths, which, if early intervention therapies were implemented, a good percentage of these people may have been saved.
I am hearing that a good number of those in ICU were fully vaccinated.....so what is wrong with this picture?
Israel's experience is barely being spoken about.
(I would also like to note that the doctor is not an expert in immunology. He is an expert in kidney and heart disease. I found an article here that provides counter-information to some of his claims: https://healthfeedback.org/claimreview/
... ccullough/ )
You don't really think that an equally qualified dissenting voice was going to be allowed to question the way things are done, do you? All such voices are silenced. Censorship of those equally qualified has to make you ask why...doesn't it?
If the vaccines were not effective, then what would be the point in recommending them for anyone living in close quarters?
The letter also states that 99% of jws (in the US) who have been hospitalized or who have died from covid were not vaccinated. (I don't know how accurate that is; the stats here in Canada are not that high for the general population - the majority of those hospitalized and in ICU are not vaccinated or are partially vaccinated, but I don't know the percentage of each). The letter also states other beneficial reasons for getting the vaccine (travel, possible restrictions based on vaccination status in some places), but also health benefits.
The reasons for not getting vaccinated are many, not the least of which is the absence of long term studies. It generally takes up to 10 years to get approval for any vaccine.....JW's are as subject to mainstream media as anyone else.
If it was going to make their work impossible, then they would have gotten the jab for that reason, or that they believed in the efficacy of the vaccine. We are not told what to do, but circumstances will dictate our actions as we decide for ourselves what to do. I am grateful to have the option of waiting for now...but that may change in the future as pressure increases. This virus will impact on us for a long time to come, so we will learn to deal with it as we go along. In the meantime, I will boost my own immunity with all the recommended vitamin and mineral supplements and take all the recommended precautions. But I will avoid the jab for as long as possible.
Also to be considered, is that our brotherhood is global and many who have passed away lived in countries where medical services are poorly equipped to handle large numbers of contagious people. In India, e.g. people were dying from a lack of oxygen supply.....something that would not happen in a first world country.
Always what I post is my opinion, according to my understanding.